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ABC: Three-Way, Alone, It's All Okay

The View's 'Hot Topics' devolves into a raunchy game of truth or dare, minus the dare.

Eureka! Media Discover Fairness, Balance!

Talking heads won't take sides in Hillary-Obama race argument.

'You Have to Try to Fix It Yourself'

ABC features an 11-year-old boy taking it upon himself to help feed Florida's hungry.

CBS Discredits Pentagon Version of U.S.-Iran Strait of Hormuz Incident

A prime example of the globalist mentality infecting the elite media. Whatever happened to patriotism?

CBS Uses Teen Pregnancy Stats to Promote Midwest Teen Sex Show

Calls explicit internet program a popular health podcast.

Poll: Character of Candidates is Key to Voters

Media virtually ignore survey results.

The NBCs of Blasphemy

Unrepentant comedienne Kathy Griffin to be showcased on Dateline

F is for Falsehood, Not Feminism

CosmoGirl tries to rally young women to the feminist movement, using propaganda long ago debunked.

The Politics of Childbirth at ABC

GMA's Juju Chang asks conservative The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck if her views have changed now that she's a mom.

Are Connecticut Justices, Hartford Courant Courting Same-Sex Marriage?

The state's largest newspaper, and the oldest in the nation, The Hartford Courant, hasn't covered the case on its news pages since it was argued last May. But that doesn't mean the paper has kept ...

Sex on a Plane: MTV Runs Ad Showering Airline Passengers with Condoms

San Francisco Planned Parenthood chapter uses gay character to pitch the pill, the patch and latex.

Tila Success Inspires More Trash TV

Second 'Shot at Love,' plus a new spin-off, a transgender dating show, and an attempt by Cher to capitalize on daughter's lesbianism are in the works.

What Does 'Family Friendly' Mean?

Apparently in today's TV landscape it includes bloody murders and dialogue filled with sexual slang.

CNN Hypes Christian Symbol in Another Huckabee Ad

Fish on banner nets more critical attention.

Winners and Losers of 2007

A look at some of the entertainment triumphs and tragedies of 2007.

Cleverly Firing Back at Atheism

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible fires back at the cultural clout atheists in America have been enjoying.

Grinch-o-Meter Update

NBC's story slants to the left, but at least they covered the War on Christmas.

Grinch-o-Meter Update

NBC's story slants to the left, but at least they covered the War on Christmas.

The B-Word Book Craze

If it wasn't so commercially calculated, it might sound like Tourette 's syndrome.

The Question is Infidelity

CBS's Katie Couric gives us insight into how the presidential candidates view character.

Whoopi and Joy Spar Over Huckabee Christmas Ad

ABC The View co-host Joy Behar takes offense when a Republican Christian politician appeals to 'the Christian right base of the Republican party.'

Jamie Lynn Spears Pregnant – What About the Father?

Media ignores the fact that it takes two to create a baby, not just a girl.

Christmas Clashes 2007: Christmas Spirit Spreading, but Grinches Getting Grinchier

Theres good news and bad news this Christmas. Americans are successfully putting the Christmas back into the holiday, but the Grinches are pettier than ever.

60 Minutes Salutes Homosexuals in Uniform

CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl devotes 10 minutes in a 12 minute segment to arguments in favor of homosexuals serving openly in the United States military.

Christmas Hero: The Philanthropic Secret Santa

CBS's story is a gift for the season.

Who's Scared of Christmas?

Our First Amendment forbids the establishment of a state religion, but many of our governing elites are taking it a step further, outlawing its very existence from the public conversation.

ABC's Walters Disses White House Christmas Card

I don't remember—and I'm sure people will remind me— getting a religious card. Now does this also go to agnostics and atheists and Muslims and –

Another Twisted Christmas

Red Bull commandeers the Nativity for a commercial, and the BBC corrupts the Nativity into a politically correct pop concert.

Nets Focus on Colorado Heroes, not Killer

Mornings shows draw attention to the people who stopped the shooter, and allow them to give credit and glory to God.

MSNBC News Reader on Church Shootings: 'Inane' To Think Armed Citizen Can Make a Difference

The value of the Second Amendment is exemplified by a volunteer armed guard, but the significance of the story is lost on Mika Brzezinski.